September 21, 2020

The Convenient Evolution

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Evolution is a convenience and evolution is a quick-fitting answer to things not liked. For the evolutionist, Evolution answers all convenient questions, the difficult ones get blamed on man, like global warming. Most evolutionists readily accept natural regulation but then, like we read below, “if you want to make the world a better place, you have a much better chance if you have a sophisticated knowledge of evolution.” By the guidelines of Evolution isn’t natural regulation the Nirvana the worshipers think they seek? And yet, using Evolution as the excuse, man, who is most often the cause, must be enlightened into a sophisticated world of evolutionary knowledge (scientism) in order to change the natural to something that an evolutionist will call “a better place,” i.e. the unnatural.

Most of us know that evolution within a normal scientific realm exists otherwise nothing would survive. Because all thing of “nature” are ever changing, it only makes sense that everything that lives within that existence of nature evolves and adapts. Evolution (capital “E”) is quite a different story. However, it is capable of placing unlimited amounts of money into the pockets of those bright enough to pull the wool over the eyes of the masses.

Evolution is a remarkable thing to those that require it to be so. And yet, it’s not so remarkable when it becomes convenient and profitable.

“We need evolution to understand ourselves and the policies that we form, and we need evolution to understand the natural world we are trying to manage in a sustainable fashion,” Wilson said. “If you want to make the world a better place, you have a much better chance if you have a sophisticated knowledge of evolution.”

Most people think that evolution is a very slow process, that it is basically standing still, Wilson said. But the speed at which creatures and cultures evolve is actually quite quick, he said.

“One of the things we’ve learned over the last few decades is that…evolution is a fast process, and it basically takes place on ecological time scales. So, your white-tailed deer today, your cod today, your lobster today, are not the same as their counterparts even five or ten years ago. That’s how fast evolution is taking place,” Wilson said. “So that means if you want to be an ecologist, you need to also think of evolution as an ongoing process.”<<<Read More>>>

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